Lots of fun being had on the Bemm
  |  First Published: March 2017

The past months have seen our waterways abundant with flathead, luderick, yellowfin bream, tailor and trevally. The flatties have been going crazy on lures while the bream have enjoyed a tasty meal of sliced bluebait, prawns and even sliced chicken fillet.
The prawning has been astounding and a great family night activity either as bait or for the table. Live prawn make excellent bait at the best of times. The channel seems to be the popular ‘hot spot’ for fish activity anywhere from the Storm Hut, Reggies Rest and the Blowhole. The high water level has enabled anglers to access locations easier. To head past the Fingerling Jetty and fish in towards the bank has proved fruitful for good quality bream and the odd flathead.
For those targeting flathead, the sandy areas opposite the storm hut have been one of the places to find them. Flathead have also been found around the mouth of the river. Please be mindful of your fish size and catch limits.

There has been some excellent bream caught off the fishing platform near the main jetty. Fishing off the bank near the fish cleaning tables at the main jetty has also been successful for flathead.

The surf is fishing well with tailor and salmon. Warm nights have been productive on the surf with good catches of gummy reported.

• For on the spot and up to date fishing reports check out Robyn’s website: www.bemmaccommodation.com.au or ‘like’ them on Facebook – Bemm River Holiday Accommodation Phone: (03) 5158 4233/Mob. 0427 584 233 Email: --e-mail address hidden--

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